I watched 56 films in 41 days. Let me tell you, even in the middle of lockdown with nothing else to do, it was no small feat. When the Academy Award nominations were announced on March 15th I decided that because my social life is more-or-less non-existent right now, I would watch all of them. … More 56 Oscar-Nominated Films, Zero Cinema Trips
At first glance, Saving Face is a typical early 2000s rom-rom. In actuality, it’s much more than that. It’s a film that allows the LGBTQ+ community to experience a story that’s poignant and nuanced without being bogged down in queer issues. It’s a chance for laughter. The story follows a queer Chinese American woman (Wilhelmina … More Review: Saving Face (2004)
If you, like me, have a cervix, live in the UK, and are 25 or over, chances are you’ve either had a smear test, or are putting off having one done. I had my first test done two weeks ago, and I’m really glad I went, because something actually did show up. I have mildly … More Reminder: Get Your Smear Test!
This year one of my biggest New Year’s resolutions is to cut down on the amount of plastic I use in my day-to-day life. Mostly because Blue Planet Two chilled me to my very core. I’ve already tried to cut out using straws completely (which you can read about here), but I’m still finding myself … More Cutting Down On Plastic Without Spending Money
I’ve never been one for diets. In fact, I hate them. Most of the time, diets don’t work, and only make you miserable. Psychology Today found that 95% of people who dieted off weight gained it back within one to five years. The only thing that does work, and it’s been proved countless times, is … More These Peanut Butter Brownies Are Good For Your Soul